Food Drive Brings More than Food Together In One Place

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November 17, 2009

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Only a sample of the food collected on November 14th, photo by Sara Ottomano. By Sara Ottomano “Ninety-eight!” yelled a volunteer at the 'Scouting for Food Drive' at Project Just Because on 86 South Street, Hopkinton....

As the Seasons Change, How Are Students Affected?

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November 10, 2009

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The few leaves left on these tall oaks show the damage wind storms left last week. Photo taken by Olivia Eori. By Olivia Eori As more leaves fall off the trees everyone is reminded that winter is coming, but how does this chan...

Story of The "Balloon Boy" Just a Hoax For Media Attention

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November 4, 2009

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By Brittany O'Loughlin On October 15 in Fort Collins, Colorado, a young boy, Falcon Heene, was believed to be in a homemade helium balloon, floating at up to 7,000 feet. When the object landed and the boy was not inside, it was...

Jack-O-Lantern, No Longer a Tradition?

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November 4, 2009

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A spooky display of Jack-O-Lanterns, photos taken by Sara Ottomano. By Sara Ottomano. The fondest memories of Halloween belong to the candy, costumes, and gushy seed mush that comes out of a carved pumpkin.  Read More »...

Tattooed Cereal; How Kellogg's Brand Cereals Are About To Get A Makeover

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November 3, 2009

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The morning breakfast for the twenty-first century. Photo taken by Grace Centola. By Grace Centola Due to a new incentive to prove what's really their's, Kellogg's cereal company is working to find a way to mark their cereal so ...

Build it and the Wind Will Come

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November 1, 2009

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By Sara Ottomano William Kamkwamba is a Malawian whose ideas on how to harness energy use an overlooked resource, wind. Read More »...

"Snappy Dogs" Becomes Hopkinton's Newest Point of Interest

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November 1, 2009

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By Katie Covino Tucked into the back corner of Colella's parking lot is a little red hut selling, as the sign in front reads, "Snappy Dogs." Read More »...

Car Wash, Anyone?

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November 1, 2009

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By Sara Ottomano Where would someone go for a car wash that doesn't even clean the car? Why, Winston, Oregon of course! The Wildlife Safari with over 600 animals features a one of a kind elephant experience. Read More »...

Reading Their Way to Boston

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November 1, 2009

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By Brittany O'Loughlin In celebration of the 2,500th anniversary of the Battle of Marathon, the Hopkinton Public Library-- sponsored by the Boston Athletic Association, the Hopkinton Athletic Association, and Marathon 2010--...

British Girl Attempts to Sell Her Grandmother on eBay

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October 28, 2009

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By Rita Carroll Ebay is known for its versatility in products put up for auction, but a 10-year-old British girl took this idea to the extreme by trying to sell her grandmother. Read More »...

Local Professer And Two Women Win Nobel Prize

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October 20, 2009

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By Dylan Bushe On October 5th 2009, Americans Elizabeth Blackburn, Carol Greider and Jack Szostak were named winners of the 2009 Nobel Prize in medicine for their research on cancer and aging cells. Read More »...

World War II Re-enactment in Stow, MA

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October 12, 2009

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By Slater de Mont On Saturday, October 10th and Sunday, October 11th, Collings Foundation hosted the annual World War II re-enactment. The cost was $10 for children and $15 for adults.  People were able to explore...

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